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Sony hack's invasion of privacy still grates on CEO

Nearly a year after a crippling hack, the studio's boss says he was distressed by how some people combed leaked emails for embarrassing information.

By 7 October 2015


South Korea's government hit with 114,000 cyberattacks in 5 years

Almost none of the attacks showed a North Korean IP address, although it's not difficult for hackers to hide their origin.

By 21 September 2015


Apple's El Capitan desktop software to come on September 30

During its iPhone event in San Francisco, Apple unexpectedly reveals the shipping date of its latest Mac software.

By 10 September 2015


Sony Pictures reaches settlement with ex-employees over hacking

The hack revealed the inner workings of the studio, as well as the personal information of more than 47,000 celebrities, freelancers, and current and former Sony employees.

By 3 September 2015


Hangry Redditor rage-quits cat cafe: All enter Oxford Dictionary

The Oxford Dictionary welcomes a swarm of new entries, including matcha, mecha, subreddit and manic pixie dream girl.

By 27 August 2015


Why Twitter's IPO filing was 'confidential'

By taking advantage of a provision of the JOBS Act available to companies with less than $1 billion in sales, Twitter can keep details about its business secret for a few more weeks.

By 13 September 2013


Judge says no to Dallas Buyers Club's 'surreal' overreach on piracy claims

The Federal Court has ruled that Dallas Buyers Club LLC cannot send its draft letters to iiNet customers who have allegedly downloaded the movie illegally.

By 14 August 2015


Want to be totally secure on the Internet? Good luck

At Defcon, one of the largest tech security conferences of the year, there's no such thing as total security from hackers.

By 8 August 2015


Medium cracks down on cyberbullying in rules update

Blog publishing platform joins growing list of sites banning threats, harassment and revenge porn.

By 28 July 2015


Here are Reddit's new rules of order

During an "Ask Me Anything" session, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman outlines the types of content that are now prohibited. This is his post to the community.

By 17 July 2015